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In this episode The Big Picture tries to analyse the Korean war
This movie is part of the collection: Classic TV
Production Company: U.S. Army Pictorial Services
Audio/Visual: sound, black & white
Keywords: The Big Picture; Korean war
Contact Information: www.k-otic.com
Creative Commons license: Public Domain
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Subject: Contemporary account
This episode of the Big Picture uses an US Army Military Historian to examine "the final chapter of the Korean War."
The film higlights 2 books written by S.L.A. Marshall, a General who served in Korea:
Pork Chop Hill (The Gregory Peck movie of the same name is base upon this book)
The River & the Gauntlet
General Marshall appears in the film, with his research and opinion.
This is the same film as the DoD film
Subject: Wars end (The big picture).
It is not an analyse of the Korean War; it is a big American war propaganda. It is an enormous stupidity.
The lowest rating is 1 but it didn`t worth it.